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Looking for G21 Shoulder Holster (RH)

Discussion in 'The 21 Club' started by HoldHard, Feb 9, 2010.

  1. HoldHard

    HoldHard

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    If you carry your G21 in a shoulder holster, which one? To offset the weight, am looking for a double mag holder on the other side.

    Suggestions? Recommendations?

    HH
     
  2. Jack Greenwell

    Jack Greenwell

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    Texas
    I have the Galco Miami Classic for my 26/17 and love it.
     


  3. HoldHard

    HoldHard

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    Motor City 'burbs
    Anybody used the Bianchi (<-- click) Model 7700 LeatherLite shoulder rig?

    All feedback greatly appreciated as this one might actually get purchased. :supergrin:

    HH
     
  4. Taz

    Taz

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    Feb 22, 2000
    Round Rock, TX, USA
    Have never been able to make a shoulder rig work for me. The straps tend to print badly. With that I have heard good things about Andrews Leather Monarch rig and Lou Alessi's BodyGuard.
     
  5. Kabarred

    Kabarred

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    Jan 2, 2009
    North Dakota

    i've been looking for a good leather shoulder holster for my 21 as well.

    if you get this one be sure to post pics and tell us what you think!!!:cool:
     
  6. MCPreacher

    MCPreacher

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    Nov 11, 2007
    Charlotte, NC
    I wear a Galco as well, but I have the SSII straps. They are wider across the shoulders and distribute the weight better (and print less).
     
  7. BoomerN

    BoomerN

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    Mar 17, 2010
    New England
    Have you thought about a vertical shoulder holster?